Lurie Nanofabrication Facility
The Lurie Nanofabrication Facility serves technology educators and creators through broad access to advanced nanofabrication equipment and staff expertise. With over 13,500sq ft of clean room under filter, the LNF is staffed by 18 professionals supporting the use of over 130 major tools capable of manufacturing on up to 150mm wafers.
Michigan Center for Materials Characterization
The Michigan Center for Materials Characterization, also known as (MC)2, is the University of Michigan’s facility dedicated to the micron and nanoscale imaging and analysis of materials.
Michigan Embedded Systems Hub
The Michigan Embedded Systems’ Hub is a shared resource available to all UM undergraduate and graduate students, staff and faculty. We have the resources needed to do basic embedded systems work and also offer a variety of training sessions related to embedded systems (PCB design, soldering, and microcontroller basics).
Mcity Test Facility
Mcity operates the world’s first purpose-built proving ground for testing the performance and safety of connected and automated vehicles and technologies under controlled and realistic conditions.
The University of Michigan Electric Vehicle Center brings together researchers, educators and automakers to accelerate the transition to EVs and a cleaner, more affordable transportation system. With a $130 million investment from the state of Michigan, it builds on more than a century of U-M leadership in mobility.